2020: Lexus recalls

Three recalls for four Lexus models in 2020


In 2020, Lexus announced three recalls for four models through the EU Rapex system.

Several Lexus 2013-2019 models may have a problem with the low-pressure fuel pump. The impeller surface may deform, causing the fuel pump to become inoperative and the engine to stall.

With the RX 350 and RX 450h models manufactured between May 2015 to February 2018, moisture can enter the washer jets’ heating element. This can result in a short circuit and consequent overheating, increasing the risk of the vehicle catching fire.

All the recalls sorted by models are listed in the tables below.



Lexus recalls in 2020 by model

LC

PublishedIssue
Lexus LC500/LC500h (2017 – 2019)21. 03. 2020Due to a manufacturing defect, surface cracking may occur on the impeller of the low-pressure fuel pump. Consequently, the impeller may ... .

All Lexus LC’s recalls

LS

PublishedIssue
Lexus LS500/LS500h/LS600h (2013 – 2019)21. 03. 2020Due to a manufacturing defect, surface cracking may occur on the impeller of the low-pressure fuel pump. Consequently, the impeller may ... .

All Lexus LS’s recalls

RX

PublishedIssue
Lexus RX350/450H (2013 – 2019)21. 03. 2020Due to a manufacturing defect, surface cracking may occur on the impeller of the low-pressure fuel pump. Consequently, the impeller may ... .
Lexus RX 450h (2015 – 2018)25. 02. 2020Due to defective material used, moisture can enter the heating element of the washer jets. This can result in a short ... .
Lexus RX 350 (2015 – 2018)25. 02. 2020Due to defective material used, moisture can enter the heating element of the washer jets. This can result in a short ... .

All Lexus RX’s recalls

SC

PublishedIssue
Lexus SC430 (2001 – 2010)16. 03. 2020The gas generator of the passenger airbag may be defective. This may result in uncontrolled inflation and release of metal fragments ... .

All Lexus SC’s recalls


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